3 Simple DIY Face Masks to Pair with Lauku Teas

We found the perfect DIY natural face mask recipes to pair with our Lauku Tea blends. The best part about these recipes is they are ridiculously simple—only 2 to 3 ingredients each! Nourish your skin on the outside while Lauku Tea nourishes you on the inside. 

 

Best for tired skin:

photo on the right courtesy of Hello Glow

photo on the right courtesy of Hello Glow

Anna’s Afternoon Blend + Hello Glow’s Antioxidant Blueberry Delight Smoothie Facial Mask

Our most complex tea meets the most simple mask: only blueberries and yogurt. Blueberries contain powerful antioxidants that protect the skin from free radicals while yogurt soothes stressed out skin. Get the recipe on Hello Glow.

 

 

BEST FOR acne-prone SKIN:

photo on the right courtesy of The Everygirl

photo on the right courtesy of The Everygirl

Brigita’s Daylight Blend + The Everygirl’s Homemade Honey and Lemon Face Mask

Our brightest tea meets the mask to brighten your troubled skin. Lemons are filled with AHA’s and BHA’s which remove dead skin cells and help clear up blackheads, acne, and discoloration, while honey is a natural antioxidant and antibacterial. Get the recipe on The Everygirl.

 

 

BEST FOR dry SKIN:

photo on the right courtesy of Sincerely, Kinsey

photo on the right courtesy of Sincerely, Kinsey

Evita’s Twilight BlendSincerely, Kinsey’s Honey, Cinnamon and Banana Face Mask

Our softest tea meets the richest mask. Certain to help during the cold months ahead, banana soothes dry and irritated skin while honey replenishes and revives. This face mask will leave your skin feeling soft and moisturized. Get the recipe on Sincerely, Kinsey.

Hugs and bućas!

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